Turku Science Park Ltd. is a non-profit development company for the entire Turku subregion that works in close cooperation with local, national and international actors in the fields of business and economic development.

Turku Science Park Ltd. is a regional development company in charge of producing and coordinating the region's business and innovation services. It is in the middle of a triple helix pattern where universities generate new knowledge, business exploits it and the public sector acts as a facilitator.

Our mission is to produce and facilitate the best possible services to support the founding of companies as well as their growth, development and internationalisation. We work hard every day to make our region the best place to do business, so that new talents, investments and companies can easily find their way here.

Addresses

Turku Science Park Ltd.,
Joukahaisenkatu 3, Turku

Turku Science Park Ltd. / West Finland Film Commission
Läntinen Rantakatu 13, Turku

Turku Science Park Ltd. / Smart Chemistry Park
Raisionkaari 55, 21200 Raisio, Raisio Ltd. Industrial Area

The SparkUp Community
Tykistökatu 4 B, 20520 Turku, (ElectroCity)

The Board of Directors

Chair
Minna Arve, the Mayor of Turku

Members:
Piia Elo, Councillor at Turku City Council
Jukka Kola, Rector at the University of Turku
Elina Rantanen, Chairperson at Turku City Council
Matti Rihko, Chairman at the Turku Chamber of Commerce Board
Jukka Rinnevaara, CEO at Teleste Ltd., Vice-chairman at the Turku Chamber of Commerce Board
Pekka Sundman, Director at the City of Turku
Vesa Taatila, Rector at Turku University of Applied Sciences
Moira von Wright, Rector at Åbo Akademi

Turnover and Funding

Our turnover in 2019 was 8.16 million euros. The graph depicts the distribution of different sources of funding in 2019.

Turnover of Turku Science Park Ltd. in 2019: 55 % funding from the City of Turku, 16 % funding from municipalities of Turku region, 13 % project funding from EU, 8 % project funding from the Council of Southwest Finland, 5 % other public funding and 2 % sales. The company’s biggest owner is the City of Turku, 87 %. Other shareholders have 13 %.
The Distribution of turnover in 2019.

Additional key figures can be found in our annual report from 2019 (in Finnish)

Development Projects

We are participating in multiple national and international development projects. Details can be found here.

Invoicing

Our billing address and other details concerning invoices can be found here.